Confusing Love Story of Twelfth Man
Differences In Movie
2. Duke thought that Sebastian kissed Olivia
3. Olivia is sad because she got dumped.
4. Olivia is falling love with Sebastian
5. Illyria is the name of the soccer team
6. Mavolio is a spider
7. Viola disguises herself as Sebastian
Difference In Play
2. Duke thought that Cersario got married to Olivia.
3. Mavolio is a servant.
4 .Viola disguises herself as Cersario
5 .Oliva is falling in love with Cersario.
She's the Man Comedic Ladder
Farce: The tampon falling out of her boot at the wrong time would be an example. Viola had just met the soccer players and she was trying to act like a guy for the first time.
Comedy of Manners: An example would be "Drown me in your tears" because the words are used as a put down. This happened when Duke and Justin was fighting at the carnival.
Comedy of Ideas: Viola at the Debutant rehearsal dinner is an example. The way Viola was acting at the professional party was disturbing to others. She was told "to chew as if she had a secret."
Twelfth Night Comedic Latter
Farce: An example of farce would be when Sebastian is mistaken for Cersario and agrees to fight Duke.
Comedy of Manners: An example would be when everyone was telling Clown that he was an exceptional singer, however is actually horrible. They were putting Clown down because he did not sing so well and thought it was funny to humiliate him.
Comedy of Idea: When Duke told Cersario that a woman's heart is smaller than a man's would be an example. Duke believes and fights for his political view on women and that is comedy of idea.
In both Viola pretends to be male but for different purposes. In "twelfth Night", Viola does it to protect herself and also get love from Orsino. In "she's the Man", Viola does it to play in the boys soccer team. Viola and Sebastian are twins in "Twelfth Night" and "She's the Man" they both look alike. Both dress as a man to deal with some type of conflict, "She's The Man" is getting into the soccer team, in "Twelfth Night" the conflict is her brother's death, Both Violas's are not girlish (tomboyish).
Olivia is the countess in shakespeare's "Twelfth Nigbht" and in "She's the Man", she's an ordinary high school girl in which Duke Orsino has a huge crush on. In both, Olivia ends up kissing Sebastian. In "Twelfth Night" she didn't want to date anyone because she was grieving for her brother and her father but in "She's the Man" it was because3 she had a bad relationship.
Both Dukes gets Viola to help him get Olivia claiming both love Olivia.